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GCSC Seminar: Anthony Barnosky on Planetary Tipping Points |2-28-17|

GCSC Seminar: Anthony Barnosky on Planetary Tipping Points |2-28-17|

Tipping Point for Planet Earth

Date: Tuesday, February 28
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Aline Skaggs Building, 210 ASB
*Seminars are open to all, refreshments and meet the speaker at 3:45!

 

About Anthony Barnosky , University of California-Berkeley (Emeritus) 

Anthony D. Barnosky is Executive Director of Stanford University’s Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. Author of numerous scientific publications, op eds, blog posts, and books, he has spent three decades conducting research related to past planetary changes, and what they mean for forecasting the changes to come on Planet Earth in the next few decades. His research has taken him to South America, India, China, Africa, Europe, and wild lands of the western United States, in a quest to learn how past species reacted to major environmental changes and what that tells us about the changes to come in our future. Further information about Professor Barnosky’s work is available from his website. He can be followed on Twitter @tonybarnosky. Read more here.

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